Passamaquoddy Bay, New Brunswick, Canada. ©2017 Anne Guthrie. "I’ve had this idea that the amount of suffering in the world is fixed somehow. It doesn’t increase or decrease. It merely moves around. The calculus changes. Sometimes I call it the law of the conservation of suffering.” Swimming, spoken by Elijah Brooks. I am excited to … Continue reading Life’s Troubled Sea
My short story "Ariela Rose" has been published by The Bookends Review. I would like to thank Jordan Blum and the staff at The Bookends Review for reading, selecting, and publishing the story. "Ariela Rose" takes place in Israel. It is available here.
"Few people understand passion, either their own or that of others. This incomprehension occurs even between two people who care for each other, indeed, who may care for each other very much..." My short fiction piece, "Ariela Rose," is scheduled for online publication January 28, 2019, by The Bookends Review, an independent creative arts journal … Continue reading News: “Ariela Rose”